Twilight (Stephenie Meyer) Book Review | NO SPOILERS!
Now, it may seem like it was years ago that Twilight was popular, but my Mom didn't let me read it at the time, and I was almost crying before I opened the first page the other day!
In a Nutshell:
Haha no, I think everybody knows.
The Actual Review:
'A 12 year old could write better!', 'This was so cheesy', 'This book is so anti-feminist, it's disgusting!', 'Bella is such a bad role model!' . These are things we've all heard, well unfortunately, I have to disagree.
True, it isn't the most well-worded novel I've ever read, but it is entertaining and well-written enough for me to want to carry on reading. Regardless of what people think, I don't think Bella is a bad role-model, just because a character isn't strong, doesn't make them a bad role-model. I'm not strong, and I'm impressionable so does that mean I'm a bad role model to my friends? People also need to understand that their opinion isn't the only one that matters and therefore there is nothing wrong with not being a feminist.
But to review the actual story, I can only say that I'm so glad I kept waiting.
⚫️ It was an entertaining and quick read
⚫️ I don't understand most of the negative-stigma surrounding it
⚫️ It is worth reading!
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"I like the night. Without the dark, we'd never see the stars" - Stephenie Meyer, Twilight